The Vuvuzela horn we all met first in the Confederation cup lately is the South African tool which is about to ruin the World Cup 2010 to so many people around the world. Watching the games on the Television will be uncomfortable but sitting in the stadium will be impossible.
Asian Soccer clubs are well dressed when they are coming to watch their players; they are singing and supporting the teams. In Europe you can see England fans sitting and singing for their national team, coloring their faces and drinking too much beer for the games. In South America, the best fans are colorful, dancing, singing and waving for their national teams. In South Africa, the fans are also singing and dancing, dressed up with colors and costumes, but also using this unbelievable horn, the Vuvuzela horn.
The Vuvuzela horn may be a traditional tool, but for sure, it’s not traditional in the Soccer stadiums. The fans already have legitimating to bring the Vuvuzela horns from home and blow them during the games, as they have done in the Confederation cup. Other than the annoying sound to the other fans which are thinking that million bees have entered their ears, there are the players on the grass.
Players from the Confederations Cup are saying, it’s impossible to play with the horn of the Vuvuzela. One of them, the top player Xavi Alonso from the Spanish national team is believe that the Vuvuzela horn should be banned from the games. According to Alonso’s experience, it’s unbearable to play with the sound of the Vuvuzela around, impossible to hear the referee whistle and impossible to concrete the game itself. I can’t wait to the match between Spain and South African to see what the Vuvuzela players think of him. Other Soccer players and coaches are also trying to ban this Vuvuzela horn from the games, I doubt if they will have any success.